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As news of the rapid rise in deaths due to the coronavirus first trickled into the U.S. just after the Lunar New Year, concern mounted with the possible looming threat of a "China virus" or the "Wuhan virus." The World Health Organization (WHO) soon released updated information about the disease with a new name, coronavirus, which was assigned according to its crown-like shape, and then renamed it COVID-19 in February, as a means to avoid association to any "geographical location, an animal,doi:10.17615/thmk-3f42 fatcat:3dmm2qf66feg3cy33g5iqk2qxa